Emtsa is a village (in 1943–2013 - an urban-type village ) in the Plesetsk district of the Arkhangelsk region of the Russian Federation . The administrative center of the Yemtsovsky rural settlement .
|Subject of the federation||Arkhangelsk region|
|History and Geography|
|Climate type||moderately continental|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||↘ 991  people ( 2013 )|
|Nationalities||Russians and others|
|Denominations||Orthodox and other faiths|
|Telephone code||+7 81832|
The village of Emets is located 172 km south of Arkhangelsk and 40 km north of Plesetsk .
Status of an urban-type settlement since 1943 . In 1963-1965, Yemets was part of the Plesetsk industrial region . Since 2013 - a rural settlement  .
|1959 ||1970 ||1979 ||1989 ||2002 ||2009 |
|8807||↘ 6881||↘ 4900||↘ 2266||↘ 1498||↘ 1332|
|2010 ||2011 ||2012 ||2013 |
|↘ 1067||↘ 1058||↘ 1040||↘ 991|
- The average annual temperature is 1.8 ° C
- Relative humidity - 73.8%
- Average wind speed - 3.1 m / s
|The average daily temperature in Yemets according to NASA |
|−12.5 ° C||−11.0 ° C||−5.5 ° C||1.1 ° C||8.6 ° C||15.4 ° C||17.9 ° C||14.1 ° C||8.3 ° C||1.7 ° C||−7.1 ° C||−10.8 ° C||1.8 ° C|
Railway and logging enterprises. In the village there is a station of the Northern Railway on the line Plesetskaya - Obozerskaya . Yemets station was the starting point of the railway line to Verkhovsky . A narrow gauge railway operated in the village  .
The village received its name from the Yemtsy River .
In the center of the Emets station, 60 meters from the railway station, there is once the most visited place of the Soviet period - the Monument to the Red Army.
In 1991-1995, Ivan Moseev , a public figure, journalist, activist of the Pomors rights movement, and researcher of Pomeranian culture, worked as the chief doctor in the local district hospital.
Railway station Emets
- ↑ 1 2 Population of the Russian Federation by municipalities as of January 1, 2013. - M.: Federal State Statistics Service of Rosstat, 2013. - 528 p. (Table 33. The population of urban districts, municipalities, urban and rural settlements, urban settlements, rural settlements) . Date of treatment November 16, 2013. Archived November 16, 2013.
- ↑ Regional law “On the transformation of individual settlements of the Plesetsk district of the Arkhangelsk region and amending certain regional laws” of 02.22.2013
- ↑ 1959 All-Union Census. The number of urban population of the RSFSR, its territorial units, urban settlements and urban areas by gender . Demoscope Weekly. Date of treatment September 25, 2013. Archived on April 28, 2013.
- ↑ 1970 All-Union Population Census. The number of urban population of the RSFSR, its territorial units, urban settlements and urban areas by gender. . Demoscope Weekly. Date of treatment September 25, 2013. Archived on April 28, 2013.
- ↑ 1979 All-Union Population Census. The number of urban population of the RSFSR, its territorial units, urban settlements and urban areas by gender. . Demoscope Weekly. Date of treatment September 25, 2013. Archived on April 28, 2013.
- ↑ 1989 All-Union Population Census. The urban population . Archived on August 22, 2011.
- ↑ 2002 All-Russian Population Census. Tom. 1, table 4. The population of Russia, federal districts, constituent entities of the Russian Federation, regions, urban settlements, rural settlements - district centers and rural settlements with a population of 3 thousand or more . Archived February 3, 2012.
- ↑ The number of permanent population of the Russian Federation by cities, urban-type settlements and regions as of January 1, 2009 . Date of treatment January 2, 2014. Archived January 2, 2014.
- ↑ 2010 All-Russian Population Census. The number of municipalities and settlements of the Arkhangelsk region
- ↑ Population by municipalities of the Arkhangelsk Region as of January 1, 2011 . Date of treatment May 4, 2014. Archived on May 4, 2014.
- ↑ Population of the Russian Federation by municipalities. Table 35. Estimated resident population as of January 1, 2012 . Date of treatment May 31, 2014. Archived May 31, 2014.
- ↑ NASA. RETScreen Database Archived on December 5, 2015.
- ↑ Narrow-gauge railways of the Arkhangelsk region
- Database "Territorial structure of Russia"
- Emtsa - article from the Great Soviet Encyclopedia .
- The railway line Emets - Verkhovsky on the "Site about the railway" by Sergey Bolashenko
- The village of Emets and its environs on the Wikimapia map
| Northern Railway |
Konosha - Obozerskaya